Skip to main content

Slide # Image URL
Slide 1
Slide 2 //
Slide 3 //
Slide 4 //
Slide 5 //
Slide 6 //
Slide 7 //
Slide 8


Founded in 1869, Potomac Boat Club is the oldest rowing club in the Washington, D.C. area and one of the best known in the country. It is home to some 300 senior members, ranging from recreational rowers to Olympic athletes. PBC hosts several successful competitive programs for scullers and sweep rowers, and serves as the home of Arlington’s Washington-Liberty High School crew, one of the first public schools to have a rowing program. 
Diversity and Inclusion Statement


Members of Potomac Boat Club range from recreational rowers to those who compete on a regular basis as individuals, through a PBC competitive program, and for the national team at events like World Championships and the Olympic Games.


Potomac Boat Club is a member-run boat club in Washington, DC on the Potomac River. Potomac Boat Club welcomes sculling and sweep rowers of a wide range of ages and skill levels, from juniors to masters to elite, and from the casual to the obsessed! We are a community bound together by our appreciation for this unique institution, our devotion to the sport and our love for the great Potomac River!